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Outcry as 14-turbine Borders wind farm gets go-ahead on appeal

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Justice Secretary Michael Matheson launches the Festive Drink Drive campaign with Deputy Chief Constable Iain Livingstone. 



Picture by Chris James.

Festive drink driving campaign warns ‘just one’ drink is one too many

Health
2017 Lauder Santa run. Photo: Phil Wilkinson.

Santa Run was a ho ho whole lot of fun

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Borders rugby legend Doddie Weir.

Peer backs Borders rugby legend’s calls for more research into disease

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Selkirk to have Borders’ first Business Improvement District

Business

Why not join a group which has fundraising off to a tea?

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Tweed Valley Guides go far more than the extra mile

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Message is clear: Don’t Buy It, Don’t Supply It

Crime
Police have put more resources into catching drink drivers this festive season

Police ramp up campaign against festive drink drivers

Crime
Harry Scott, left, and Shona Haslam, right, failed to see eye-to-eye over the proposed site of the waste transfer station.

Gala councillor ‘had to leave’ administration

Politics

Traffic lights to be fitted outside Borders General Hospital in bid to cut accidents

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Borders Buses.

Assurances given over future of two Borders bus routes

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The road is to be closed at the Nest roundabout tomorrow to investigate the October incident.

A72 to be closed near Walkerburn for fatal accident investigation

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There will be days without any service.

When can I get a train over Christmas and New Year?

Transport

Stow woman, 21, dies after A7 collision

Transport

Message is clear: Don’t Buy It, Don’t Supply It

Crime
Police have put more resources into catching drink drivers this festive season

Police ramp up campaign against festive drink drivers

Crime

Peebles man accused of hammer crime

Crime
Selkirk Sheriff Court

Kelso woman’s date mix-up

Crime

Pioneering Borders College heating system a sewer-fire success at awards

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Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Police patrol Hawick High School to help tackle trouble

Education
Aaliyah Mason, 9, from Stow is a finalist in the Muslim Young Writer Awards.

Poet Aaliyah up for a national literacy award

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St Margaret's RC Primary School, Hawick.

Consultation under way on plans to shut Hawick primary school

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The old Kelso High School at Bowmont Street.

Future of old Kelso High School site remains unclear

Education

Selkirk to have Borders’ first Business Improvement District

Business
Thirlestane Castle, near Lauder.

550-pitch caravan park being planned at Borders castle site

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The Royal Bank of Scotland branch in Selkirk is set to be the first of six in the region to be closed next year.

Bank bosses to be called to account over plans to shut Borders branches

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How Hammond’s budget affects your business

Business

Outcry as 14-turbine Borders wind farm gets go-ahead on appeal

News
Harry Scott, left, and Shona Haslam, right, failed to see eye-to-eye over the proposed site of the waste transfer station.

Gala councillor ‘had to leave’ administration

Politics
Thirlestane Castle, near Lauder.

550-pitch caravan park being planned at Borders castle site

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Beech Avenue, Galashiels.

Could Beech Avenue regeneration make people want to stay there again?

Politics
The Royal Bank of Scotland branch in Selkirk is set to be the first of six in the region to be closed next year.

Bank bosses to be called to account over plans to shut Borders branches

News

Outcry as 14-turbine Borders wind farm gets go-ahead on appeal

News
Hawick councillor Davie Paterson highlights dog fouling in Arthur Street, near Trinity Primary School.

Hawick school forced to go on lookout as dog fouling worsens

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Farmers Alistair, Ross and Jen McAulay at Wauchope Farm.

Borders farmers fearful lynx would kill their sheep

News

Festive drink driving campaign warns ‘just one’ drink is one too many

Health
2017 Lauder Santa run. Photo: Phil Wilkinson.

Santa Run was a ho ho whole lot of fun

News
Borders rugby legend Doddie Weir.

Peer backs Borders rugby legend’s calls for more research into disease

News
Back row from left: Andy Girrity from Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Councillor Watson McAteer, Councillor John Greenwell and Inspector Tony Hodges. Middle row: TD1 Youth Hub members Siobhan, Tamsin and Lauren. Front row: Myrran and Amy.

Message is clear: Don’t Buy It, Don’t Supply It

Crime
Chief Inspector Andy McLean

No fentanyl found in Galashiels heroin batch

Crime